June 4, 2018
If you love being around, on or in the water, then you must try paddleboarding. Visit just about any body of water – ocean, bay, river or lake – and you’re likely to find someone on the water with little more than a paddle, a board and a PFD. Paddleboards provide a closer connection to the water world than boats. You can cross deep channels to visit an island, or skirt shorelines looking for marine life, or even navigate mangrove tunnels to escape the sun. Keep reading to learn the tips for beginner paddle boarders.
Paddleboarding involves kneeling, lying, or standing on a surfboard-like platform with a bent paddle and propelling yourself forward through the water. It’s a fun, easy activity that’s not only great for your health but is also meant for everyone regardless of age.
Paddleboarding is easy to master within a few minutes, but it also comes with health benefits. Stand-up paddleboarding, in particular, helps to strengthen your shoulders, back muscles, legs, and core.
Here are a few tips for beginners:
Paddleboarding is a great activity that helps you boost your health and brings you closer to nature. To learn more about paddle boarding, contact Bill Jackson’s today. We even offer stand-up paddle boarding classes throughout the year, especially for beginner paddle boarders.